There are several founders who are struggling and some are brave enough to talk it outT
And till date, nobody has written any book on wartime CEOs, maybe because most of the wartime CEOs lose the battle and in general, aren’t considered a darling.
I was now left with very little money to pursue my dream any further. I took some time to come to terms with the reality, and I had to convince myself to pause.
At UnPluggd, Kingsley Joseph who cofounded 2 startups earlier shared some of the key lessons learned with startup failure and had several great insights to share (delivered via animated gifs).
The core philosophy of UnPluggd is that entrepreneurs need to learn from each other and we continue with our mission!
Startups are about iterations – some work and some don’t. And many a times, they don’t. So what happens to those entrepreneurs? What happens to those lessons?
Yes, there has been a general talk around celebrating startup failures, but most of it has been a lip-service. We strongly believe that the community first needs to talk about startup failures and accept it as part-and-parcel of the game.